Instadose Pharma for the production of drugs in the DRC
Kinshasa – October 24, 2018 – The Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Noël Botakile welcomed this initiative, promising to involve experts from other ministries for technical advice related to this project. A Canadian delegation of Instadose Pharma, led by Mr. Grant F. Sanders, asked Tuesday in Kinshasa, the support of the government in the implementation of a comprehensive project of production of drugs and processing of agricultural products.
According to Grant, this program relies heavily on the production of cannabis and other tropical plants, including castor and ginger for the production of drugs. One thousand four hundred (1,400) new products will be put on the market through advanced technology where science is involved on a large scale, he said.
Deputy Minister of Agriculture Noël Botakile welcomed this initiative, promising to involve experts from other ministries for technical advice related to this project. It is for him to see if cannabis can be at the origin of pharmaceutical products produced in the DRC. Noel Botakile and Ms. Karina Turbay Schanaid of the Tep Comex company of Brazilian rights, have also signed a memorandum of understanding to pave the way for a memorandum of understanding for the supply of equipment and agricultural inputs.
This company will also provide after-sales services for the agricultural sites of Kando and Kasonga, in the province of Lualaba and Kaleka in the province of Kasai Central.
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